Re: Can´t turn off power-saving?
jarrett.andrew at gmail.com
Mon Apr 9 04:29:02 BST 2007
Anthony, could you attach your xorg.conf file (located in /etc/X11/)? Even
though it sounds like this is either a problem with your monitor or with the
power-saving feature it might be affected by the video card driver you are
using. Are you sure your video card is being correctly detected? You might
need to download the proprietary drivers from ATI or Nvidia if you are using
one of the open source drivers. I think that some monitors have options for
power-saving in the built-in OSD - you might want to check it. I'm no
expert, but I am certainly glad to help.
On 4/8/07, anthony baldwin <anthony.baldwin01 at comcast.net> wrote:
> I don´t want ¨power saving¨ on, because I want my screensaver to be
> But every time I turn off power saving and ¨restart xserver¨, it comes
> back at 640x480 or whatever, resolution,
> and won´ allow me to reset the resolution. At that point, it only
> offers 640x480 or 1600x1200 (which is outside my monitor´s
> range. Ideal for this monitor is 1280x1024).
> Then, I dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg, and get my resolution back, but
> the d@#ned power saving comes back on, too.
> Any assistance appreciated, as always...
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